I’m figuring I need to take a break. I let Bagman drive home since he gets here much faster after work. I figure I’ve got thirty minutes before the family arrives. I decide I’m going to avoid Blogspot entirely and just concentrate on working on a couple of more normal photographs…something other than flying pants…maybe a landscape. Or a reflection of trees I took the other day. But I know I don’t need to blog because I had
But I do decide to check my email before turning on Photoshop. And my eyes pop open (Bagman’s eyes pop open even wider) to find one of the wonderful goddesses of blog (blogdesses?) who has taken the trouble to email me to tell me that the verification thing doesn’t work and nobody can make comments on my blog!
I couldn’t panic any more if the house was on fire. Although I wouldn’t have to panic if the house was on fire because
I panic. I immediately go to Blogspot and turn off the verification thing that protects me from spam comments. Wait. How many spammers are going to comment on flying pants anyway? If it becomes a problem, I can turn it back on. Don’t fix what ain’t broken.
So it is off now.
BAGMAN: “Yes! I’m going to do a blog in which I write definitions of them!”
Anyhow, we haven’t given Bagman actual access to the Dashboard so he can write anything independently, so I’m not worried.
But, I have just realized that having promised I would spend time away from blogging and work in Photoshop, I’ve gone and done another blog instead! I really need to go to Bloggers Anonymous. “Hello. My name is Mark and I can’t stop blogging.”
BAGMAN: “Yes! Start a group! We can meet bloggers in person. And bloggesses! And we can blog about it!”